Anesthesiologist (noun)

A physician who specializes in administering anesthesia and managing pain during medical procedures.

Origin:

Late 19th century: from anesthesia + -ologist.

Examples:

  1. The anesthesiologist was responsible for monitoring the patient's vital signs during the surgery.
  2. Anesthesiologists play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and comfort of patients during medical procedures.
  3. Before the procedure, the patient met with the anesthesiologist to discuss their medical history and the type of anesthesia that would be used.
  4. Anesthesiology is a highly specialized field that requires years of training and education.
  5. The anesthesiologist was highly regarded by both patients and fellow physicians for their expertise and compassion.
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